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Primrose 6m x 3m Marquee

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Primrose 6×3 Marquee / Large Gazebo

This Primrose gazebo really is the real deal if you’re looking for a larger than normal gazebo.

It’s surprisingly very strong, I mean, really strong.

Unlike some of the smaller gazebos that Primrose sell, this one is head and shoulders above the others when it comes to the strength and stability.

This in itself opens up many more useful options as you’re not confined or limited to where you erect it as you can be confident it will resist what is thrown at it.

This is what you’ll receive

  • Waterproof Canopy (260gsm)
  • 2 Doors (End Panels)
  • 6 Sides (3 for either side with windows)
  • Guy ropes & Pegs included
  • Eyelets in the canopy for drainage
  • Steel frame

Everything is included in this package, so once you’ve bought it you have everything you need to hold your party or event,  with nothing extra to pay.

Features Include

Heavy Duty

A really good feature of this very roomy gazebo is the attention Primrose have made to ensure that it is super strong.

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The quality of the walls, the canopy, together with the industrial strength zips on the doors really place it head and shoulders above most other large gazebos and marquees.

Waterproofing

The canopy with a grade of 240gsm is more than adequate for making sure you and your guests keep dry.

It can withstand very heavy rain and the added eyelets in the corners of the roof section ensure that the excess rainwater does not puddle in the roof, which could cause sagging and potentially break the legs of your gazebo.

Ideal For:

Instruction Video

Check out people building a very similar Marquee from Primrose.  You will, however, receive full instructions with your purchase.

About the Author James

James is the Editor of Windproof Gazebos. Born into a family of Landscape Architects, he has been designing gardens professionally for 5 years. As time marches forward, and as the world changes, he finds comfort in making his own garden look better and helping others along this journey.

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